Trinity Rescue Kit is driven by the practical requirements of the admin’s daily work, integrating a full set of tools for maintaining and rescuing Linux and Windows PCs.
When troubleshooting problems and reconstructing lost or damaged data on mixed Linux and Windows networks, you can be saddled with a number of programs – the result of working on two different operating systems, as well as the accumulation of applications over the years. Rapid innovation cycles for hardware aggravate the situation and make it even more difficult to keep track of your tools.
To make maintaining networks a more tranquil experience, introduce yourself to the Live Trinity Rescue Kit (TRK) distribution. Not only does it collaborate perfectly with Linux, it also helps you solve problems on other operating systems.
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